My name is Ngozi Ihenacho and I am a first year graduate student at George Washington University, pursuing a Public Health Communications and Marketing concentration in the Masters of Public Health program. I am a first generation Nigerian American woman and have lived in Atlanta, GA for most of my life. My undergraduate degree was in Neuroscience at Georgia State University. I currently work as a grant assistant for GW’s CyberCorps program, a cybersecurity scholarship for undergraduates and graduate students all over the nation. I think that Memunatu Magazine is a wonderful organization to be a part of because I feel like this organization empowers African women and girls alike to seek knowledge and become leaders within their community. Plus, this organization tackles both public health and educational issues in innovative ways, and I want to be a part of that. This internship gives me an avenue to write a variety of content and learn more about the marketing field. I hope that I can use this chance to empower others, while adding value to Memunatu’s mission.